Students celebrated the 100th day of school on Monday, February 6th. The children in Prekindergarten had a mini-parade around the campus while showing off their 100 Day Hats. The paper hats were decorated with 100 items. Parents helped their children with the very imaginative headwear.
Other grade levels made 100 Day headbands and necklaces made with 100 large cereal loops. While not an official holiday, the 100th day of school is often celebrated by students across the country as a lesson in math and a reminder to all that the school year is more than halfway over. Now, only 77 more school days to go!